Do you already know how to play a C Major chord? Did you know that by adding one extra note, you can have a fuller and richer sounding C chord for your songs? That's what is awesome about the C/G chord!
How to Play a C/G chord on the Guitar:
Place Your Left Index Finger on the 2nd String, 1st FretPlace Your Left Middle Finger on the 4th String, 2nd Fret
Place Your Left Ring Finger on the 6th String, 3rd Fret
Place Your Left Pinky Finger on the 5th String, 3rd Fret
Strings 1 and 3 are used in this C/G chord, but are not fretted - they are called open strings
Practice Playing a C/G Chord:
Try practicing the C/G chord through my video below:
It's a very subtle change from a C Major chord that you can add to your repetoire when you want to use something a little different! Check it out and hear for yourself.
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